Melinda Newman

British Court's 'Apple' Ruling Expected

British Court's 'Apple' Ruling Expected

The British High Court is expected to rule shortly on whether a trademark suit filed by Apple Computer against the Beatles' Apple Corp. can be heard in the United States instead of England.
Industry Veteran Paul Atkinson Dies

Industry Veteran Paul Atkinson Dies

Paul Atkinson, veteran record executive and guitarist for the Zombies, died yesterday (April 1) in his sleep after a long battle with cancer and kidney disease. He was 48.
Black Eyed Peas Land NBA Slam-Dunk

Black Eyed Peas Land NBA Slam-Dunk

The Black Eyed Peas have linked with the National Basketball Assn. (NBA) and ESPN for a promotion centered around the basketball playoffs.
Publicity Mavens Baker, Northrop Split

Publicity Mavens Baker, Northrop Split

Veteran publicist Cary Baker has departed Baker Northrop Media Group, the communications company he founded in 1997 with Sheryl Northrop.
Al Green, Hall & Oates Set For Songwriters Hall

Al Green, Hall & Oates Set For Songwriters Hall

The National Academy of Popular Music/Songwriters Hall of Fame has named Charles Fox, Al Green, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Don McLean and songwriting duo Barrett Strong and Norman Whitfield as this year's inductees.
Baha Men Swap Managers

Baha Men Swap Managers

The Baha Men have changed management from Gold Mountain to Louis Levin.
Microsoft Unveils Download Service

Microsoft Unveils Download Service

Microsoft Corp. gave a sneak peek of its music download service today (March 18) to about 100 indie label executives at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. The software giant's offering will compete with the likes of Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store and Roxio's Napster.

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